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UM2 Motor reversed after updating firmware from Cura **solved

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*Maybe sound warning

I upgraded Cura from 15.06.02 to 15.04.4.

While installing the latest version I selected Ultimaker 2 as my printer.  It told me to update the firmware on my UM2 so I connected my USB to printer from PC and it did it.  It reset all the defaults and when I was changing the filament usually the part where it heats up the hot end then reverses the material it heated the hot end then forwarded the material into the hot end making an awful noise and essentially jamming my material into the hot end.  

I reset the UM2 back to factory reset and it is still doing it.

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